Black Self-Genocide Hyperlinked PDF Download

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Bishop Wellington Boone is an internationally respected pastor and the author of a significant book on race in America, Black Self-Genocide: What Black Lives Matter Won’t Say. In it he challenges Blacks—and especially black men—to restore wholeness to their families and communities. Filled with historical examples of Black American success stories and affirming Scriptures, this book offers a prophetic vision for Black communities: a return to God—when godly leaders become spiritual fathers to young men. With Bishop Boone's positive encouragement and ideas for change, success can be restored to those Black communities that are suffering. Racial reconciliation, celebration, and hope are all within our reach.

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  • PDF: 280 pages
  • Publisher: APPTE Publishing
  • Language: English

 

At last! The best news to come out of Black America in decades. It’s not the police. It’s you! Everyone can participate in the turnaround of America’s inner cities. The solutions are as close as Street Revs and churches who reawaken the Black American heritage of faith, family, and perseverance against all odds.

In Black Self-Genocide: What Black Lives Matter Won’t Say, internationally respected Black pastor and author Bishop Wellington Boone sensitively portrays the historical reasons for Black self-genocide but tells Black Americans how they can change everything if they humble themselves and return to Jesus Christ and the lifestyle of godly men that he has preached and seen succeed for 47 years. Then they can return to the days when Black lives mattered to Blacks themselves.

He proclaims that Black men and women will once again raise extraordinary children, oversee quality education, start successful businesses, and achieve the highest goals as they become worldwide ambassadors representing America.

Yes, American history is filled with examples of degradation and injustice suffered by Blacks. He does not shy away from documenting the details throughout this book with hundreds of historical footnotes and primary sources. However, he also shows how Blacks once had the character to prevail over their circumstances by taking responsibility and turning to God instead of government.

Every chapter glows with positive encouragement and detailed prescriptions for exciting change. The failures in American history toward Blacks are detailed but not for the purpose of complaining but for provoking us all to national repentance. Then we can restore success stories to Black life and encourage racial reconciliation, celebration, and hope.

Black Self-Genocide: What Black Lives Matter Won’t Say concludes with an outright challenge to all Christians to stop Planned Parenthood in its tracks. The foundation of this prolific organization is built on the rejection of God and the destruction of the family. Founder Margaret Sanger’s eugenic philosophy shows how this organization promotes what many White people still believe today—that there are two classes of people, superior and inferior, and the inferior class is Black Americans. She also called women to rebel against men, against pastors, and against God. Her challenge to become a “Woman Rebel” eventually resulted in the mass hysteria of feticide—women killing their own babies in the womb.

Faith and family are the foundations of every stable society. When you destroy the faith and family of Black Americans, you destroy its stability. However, when the destruction is stopped, the rebuilding process can begin again. All Americans can share in the restoration of our cities by uniting as one nation under God. Bishop Boone knows that this recovery is achievable. He has seen it again and again in his churches, college ministries, and international outreach. “We can do it!” he cries. “Wake up!”

Editorial Reviews

In his riveting book, Black Self Genocide, Bishop Wellington Boone provides great insight into the belief systems and behaviors that have kept black people in America in a dependent position. More importantly he provides sage advice for how to empower the black community in America and consequently to help strengthen the entire nation.

Ben Carson, M.D.
U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Wellington Boone and Ben Carson

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